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that joe's human. he's not the godly saint that some of us made him out to be, including myself. >> reporter: tonight a family spokesman issued a statement saying, joe paterno wasn't perfect. he made mistakes and he regretted them. meanwhile, lawyers for curley and schultz criticized the freeh report, calling it a lopsided document based on an incomplete report. brian? >> mike isikoff, state college, pa, tonight. thanks. >>> bob costas of nbc sports is already at our olympic headquarters in london preparing to host the olympic coverage on nbc. bob, the big question, i guess, is, what does this do to penn state, the program, the school, the brand, the aura of the nittany lions? >> well, the aura, the reputation, that's already been badly tarnished. i think even the most staunch loyalists realize something that can't be rationalized away occurred here. and then outside penn state, the reputation of the university has taken a very, very serious hit. the ncaa has a term that it sometimes uses when punishing schools for violations in their athletic departments, lack of institutional
deliberately tried to harm passengers headed for the u.s. talking about six sewing needles hidden in six turkey sandwiches. >> things like this, i call malicious product tampering are done because there is is either some personal vendetta against the company. this may be some union or other activity prompting some type of work issue. it's trying to get back at management, other employees or the bottom line of the company. >> one of the needles stuck into the tongue of the passenger we just heard from. but another man had the roof of his mouth punctured. four more needles were found in similar meals to atlanta and seattle including one actually found by an air marshall. they were all lucky. if swallows a needle could lacerate the esophagus, the stomach, the intestines and that would be quite serious. shep. >> shepard: at delta they are probably thinking what in the world? how do you protect against this? >> it's a tough one for them. they have launched their own investigation. they have issued this statement, quote: delta has taken immediate action with our in-flight caterer at amsterdam to ens
>> bret: he bumper stickers? maybe? thanks for inviting us into your home tonight. that is it for "special report," fair, balanced and unafraid. drop me a tweet at bret baier, maybe i will tweet back. you never know. >> this is "the fox report." tonight, the u.s. government is forced to release a first round of records on drones in the united states. so why were mississippi state university, cornell university, and the town of otter tail minnesota given the okay to fly them? plus, airline foods may not always taste so great. but they are not usually this dangerous. >> i took three bites out of the sandwich, and bit down hard on something that i thought was a bone. >> shepard: it wasn't a bone. it was a sowing needle. he wasn't the only passenger to get one. tonight, the investigation and delta's response. plus, desperate steps in the search for two missing children. >> we have two missing girls and we have no idea why. >> we just want the girls back. >> shepard: workers now draining a lake in hopes of finding clues. >> the lake is currently dropping at a rate of ab
. and bob costas will be with us to talk about the fallout. >>> nbc news exclusive, richard engel inside syria with survivors who lived to tell of an unimaginable day. >>> hidden risks. millions of american men have been using it to grow hair, but tonight an alert about propecia, serious side effects that could be permanent. >>> and rock of ages. they've been playing hard since jfk was in the white house. tonight mick and keith and company actually take time to reflect on 50 years as the stones. "nightly news" begins now. >> announcer: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with brian williams. >>> good evening. penn state may never ever recover from this. in case you had any doubt about the impact of the child sex abuse scandal that's enveloped one of the once great names in college sports, today made it crystal clear when the report came out from louis freeh, former head of the fbi, saying some powerful campus leaders showed a total and consistent disregard for abuse victims while protecting other big names on campus versus the rights of powerless vict
and natalie morales. al is at the residence of the u.s. ambassador here in london. a little later this morning he's going to be talking to our first lady michelle obama. we're going to check in with him a little later on. meanwhile, what do you think of our digs. >> amazing. >> only more exciting. the park is actually closed right now to the public. we expect there will be crowds lining up behind us for the next couple of weeks. you're starting to really feel the excitement in the air. >> a great location. you know what's behind us there. you get the lay of the land. that big white thing there, that is savannah's trailer, better known as the olympic stadium. the observation tower, the aquatic center. >> amazing chlgt you ask. >> you asked me to store your hair and makeup. >> we're going to spend a lot of time in these places. >> the pomp and pageantry under way. the famous big ben chimed nonstop for three minutes to celebrate the first official day of the olympics. right now a big crowd is at tower bridge awaiting the olympic torch to sail by on the queen's barge. whose hands will it be in? ma
there's light, there's electricity, and there's a fan even. u.s. authorities have found 156 cross border tunnels since the early 1990s. lately they have become more sophisticated as technology above ground improves. >> the fbi has had this tunnel under surveillance since january. the way they discovered it is they picked up a truck that had 39 million dlrsz of amphetamine, they drinked it to this tunnel and they now have the suspects in custody. >>> big developing story out of washington, this concerns an alleged effort to export to iran certain items related to uranium enrichment. >> reporter: this is just kind of coming in to us right now and it's really fascinating when you look at how these networks that take nuclear material from the u.s. and then provide it overseas. two men have been indicted. a citizen of iran and a resident of china are being accused to try to obtain and illegally export these u.s. materials toer rang. and they're used to construct, operate and maintain gas center fudges. there was a statement that was released by lisa monaco. she's the assistant attorney
improvised grenades and three jugs of some kind of improvised napalm. they designed the bombs using a remote-controlled robotic device. we could hear a small blast outside here yesterday, and they also worked to preserve what's going to be used as evidence in the case against them as they continue to build that. last night, the fbi left here with what looked like a laptop and hard drive, and they also are saying that they have found evidence inside the apartment that shows this was calculated and deliberate both in the shooting and arming this apartment here with that network of bombs, melissa. >> kristen, thank you so much. undoubtedly, what we have seen since this tragedy as horrific as it is, is still some of the best news you can magiimag manl, that they could disarm that without further loss of life. >> let's bring in craig meeks and jonathan alter. thank you, both, for being here. we're starting to get to a point a couple of days since the tragedy where we can start to think about what it means more broadly. obviously, the president is going to colorado today. going in his role as pres
of chefs, first, the latest on the tragedy in colorado and how it affects us all. >>> good morning, i'm melissa harris-perry. today, president barack obama will travel to aurora, colorado to meet with the grieving families of the victims of a shooting street that turned a midnight screening of "the dark knight rises" into a horrific tragedy. 26 victims remain hospitalized this morning. 9 in critical condition. the suspect, 24-year-old james holmes, a former neuroscience graduate student, is being held in solitary confinement, while he awaits a court appearance in the county on monday. yesterday, federal and local authorities disarmed the explosives rigged inside holmes' apartment, designed to kill whomever entered it. police have allowed residents evacuated from surrounding homes to return. let's get the latest from kristen dahlgren from aurora. good morning, kristen. >> reporter: good morning, melissa. you can see holmes' apartment behind me here, the one on the third floor there with windows broken out by authorities. as they were disarming those bombs. his building is still roped o
've seen eight number othe u.s statement saying >>> the filing of the fourth pitcher complains is part of our complaint the business is operating legally under state law but it is illegally under federal law. the owners here here at the harbor side are battling to fight this. we want you to answer what you think of the fed's cracking down on the pot shot and we will share your answers. >>> the former head coach joe paterno defends his school. the suspect it is not a football scandal and it should not be treated as one. it also does not tarnish the eight academic the much anticipated report is expected to come out in just an hour. it could answer one of the darkest questions are round pick his assistant coach, sandusky. the investigator spent the past months digging through diversity males. >>> the charges that have been brought are extraordinarily serious. >>> the report could be up to 200 pages long. it focused on school officials and the school culture that allowed it to continue for so long. this letter is a big thing. we know that their report is about to come out, the players are
the audience to join him. mariel zagunis carries the flag for the u.s., an honor she says is almost surreal. >> so speechless and i'm probably going to cry. >> reporter: around olympic park there is plenty for the public to see and do. workers are putting the finishing touches on the park and competition venues, including the aquatics centre where michael phelps could win more medals than any other olympian in history, phelps not feeling the pressure. >> this is the closure that how many toppings do i want on my sundae, that's what i'm doing. >> reporter: fbi agents are tight and helping keep the olympics secure. this 265-pound wrestler joked, maybe he should be on the security team. >> usually i'm my own security. and all these guys should feel safe because i'm here. >> reporter: the olympic torch is here, too, welcomed by the royals thursday it arrives that stadium tonight. tracie potts, nbc news, london. >>> the first world records of the olympics have already been broken by a legally blind archer. of south korea broke his own records for points in archery's 72 arrow competition. and sou
members, including russia, to join us in a serious resolution that gives special envoy kofi annan what he needs. >> more than 100 people were killed on thursday when a gasoline tanker crashed and exploded in nigeria's niger delta. many of the victims lost their lives as they try to scoop up the tanker's oil as a leak on the ground. an exhaustive independent probe has concluded top officials at penn state university -- including legendary football coach joe paterno -- covered up sexual molestation allegations against an assistant coach 14 years before they finally came to light. the seven-month investigation reveals paterno, school president graham spanier, and other school officials were aware former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky was accused of child molestation as early as 1998, or were only concerned with protecting the school's image. the report concludes that a "culture of reverence for the football program" at the school led to a cover-up that "failed to protect against a child sexual predator harming children for over a decade." sandusky was finally arrested las
there at the convention. plus, a local professor will join us live with what she thinks is romney's best move forward. >> split second decisions are made every day by law enforcement and officers in prince george's county are getting high tech training to help them out. wisdom martin is putting their new system to the test. >> later, your one stop shop for the cutest cat and how you can take part in a new festival. look at that. that is super cute. >> what is it about cat videos -- >> look how long he's on his back legs. >> and fighting the air. first let's go to tucker barnes. he has the latest on the weather. hey, tucker. >>> weather looks fine. sunshine today. upper 80s to about 90. where we should be this time of year. without much humidity, and without much threat for showers and thunderstorms. should turn into a decent day. there's a little cloud cover, southern maryland, towards st. mary's city, leonardtown, you have a little cloud cover. and lower eastern shore as well. the rest of us, bright sunshine. the trend will be plenty of sunshine for most of us, and again we should be dry today with
the u.s. and then slip them into iran and obviously with iran's nuclear programs right now, you can see the concerns with that. one other thing that came out in this, some of the details against these men in particular, the indictment, i'm going to read to it you one more time because it's so fascinatinfascie of these men sought to obtain radioactive materials to the u.s. by going to an undercover agent and asking him to purchase these test materials for a u.s. company. and the intent was to get them into iran. it's fascinating to see how these companies are it up around the world, for really the mere movement of materials like this. >> keep us posted on more developments, suzanne kelly, in washington. >>> they admit to failing their school, but they're not resigning over it. the penn state board of trustees are meeting right now after a scathing report on the jerry san dews kay scandal. >> the board as the group that has paramount accountability for overseeing and ensuring the proper functioning and governance of the university accepts full responsibility for each of the failures that
campaign and mayor gray told us that his attorney told him not to say anything more than he has. remember, three people connected to gray's campaign have pleaded guilty to felonies. yesterday, three council members called on the mayor to step down. today, council member jim graham tells us that he toppled the mayor on the phone last night he must speak up and needs to do it soon. let's first hear from the mayor and comments from graham. >> i think you're as frustrated as i am. i would like to address a lot of things. because of the continuing nature of the investigation, which i have said all along, there is nothing that i can going to say. >> i made it very clear and at in point in time, i mean -- and this is very, very urgent. there are a lot of demanding questions. that he has to respond to as best he can. >> and what type of timeframe are you giving him in. >> i will -- it will be within a matter of a couple of days. >> and i will have to re- evaluate. >> the mayor made it clear he has no plans to resign. when asked about the council members who asked him to step down yesterday, he wa
expect there will be crowds lining up behind us for the next couple of weeks. you're starting to feel the excitement in the air. >> it's a great location. you get the lay of the land. that big white thing, that's savannah's trailer. better known as the olympic stadium. the observation tower. the aquatic center. >> amazing. >> you asked me to store your hair and makeup. >> we're going to spend a lot of time in these places over the next couple of weeks. >> yeah. >> makes it real being here now. >> it does. also the pomp and pageantry is already underway this morning. the famed big ben chimed nonstop for 3 minutes to celebrate the first official day of the olympic games. right now a big crowd has gathered at tower bridge awaiting the arrival of the olympic torch to sail by on the queen's barge. the question is whose hands will it be in. matt lauer, we're looking at you. you know. >> you're looking in the wrong place. >> i think it was barry gold water that said i'm not a good leaker. >> we'll work on it. >> we'll pry it out of you or meredith. >> obviously a very big date for britain an
romney started in bain in 1977. 25 years later, well, that takes us to 2002. according to mitt romney and his camp, the candidate didn't make any decisions for bain after 1999. he only benefitted financially from them. well, his campaign spokeswoman, ann degree yaw sall released this statement today. governor romney left bain capital in february of 1999 to run the olympics and had no input on investments or management of the companies after that point. another campaign aide told politico romney wasn't involved in any investment decisions. he was on the sec filings because he was still technically the owner, but just hadn't transferred owner ship to the other partners. well, history paints a very different picture. david corn of mother jones uncovered a february 1999 "boston herald" report about romney leaving for olympics. romney said he will stay on as part-timer with bain, providing input on investment and key personnel decisions. well, in july of 1999, romney was identified as the boss in a bain press release about the departure of two executives. bain capital ceow. -- willard, tha
to the battleground state. he stepped up his outsourcing attacks on romney. he used reports by tax notes to claims on romney wants to ship jobs overseas. >> we have not found any serious economic study that says governor romney's economic plan would create jobs until today. i've got to be honest. today we found out there's a new study out by nonpartisan economists that says governor romn romney's plan would create 800,000 jobs. there's one problem. the jobs wouldn't be in america. >> some of president advisors favor the idea as well. >>> we've got a lot more ahead this hour. take a look. >> we just pray that they are found and brougt back to their families. >> few leads but lots of questions over the disappearance of two iowa girls. they went for a back ride and vanished. >> i'm trying to stay positive and hope that god returns them to us safely. >> now the search for clues, anything to help find them. >>> those two americans taken hostage in egypt have been freed. find out how it went down. >>> later, living proof that perti pertistance pays off. how this man recovered his stolen car 42 years lat
is that while afghanistan is very important to us, we should not and will not desert it the way we did 20 years ago. we have scaled back a lot. if the wrong person is elected, and the wrong political process in sues, there are no guarantees. there are no guarantees, and the afghans should not have any guarantee of our commitment. if they are trumped by the presidential process that is correct, then i think all bets are off. and i make this argument with some reluctance, because i am to agree arguing against those who say this, but that it is a lot recker gives us maybe 10% to 20% less to make afghanistan succeed. it is a hard argument to make. the taliban could come back. it does matter to us a lot. but we should not think that if the afghans in a terrible decisions that we can rescue them. i think it is worth trying to get that message through. >> 2.5 minutes for the hardest question of the day. ok. on the first issue about the british, there was a period where they seemed to be operating on its own. there is a pretty tied together strategy. i am really pretty impressed right now. i do not thi
be defeated, the love god and the will of the people. >> earlier tonight, i spoke with a man who served two u.s. presidents as the american ambassador to syria. i asked ambassador edward deregin what he thinks this defection says about the disability of syria's leadership. take a listen. >> i think these are the beginning indications of the dissent within the syrian government and regime that is now beginning to surface. when you begin to have high level defections like this and also manaf tlas, a general very close to the assad family, it indicates that the divisions within the government are beginning to surface and i think we can anticipate more defections in the future. >> dow? >> when defections like this begin to occur, the political perception that the regime is being weakened from within is very important. and that can take on a momentum of its own. so it's not so much the importance of one or two or three people defecting, but it's the growing perception that the divisions within the regime are coming to the floor and the regime is beginning to weaken from within. >> who is calling for
"the new york times" about today's penn state disgrace. good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. it seems like only yesterday when mitt romney was on fox news talking about the political philosophy of responding to attacks. >> i, of course, respond to the attacks. but they say in politics if you're responding you're losing. >> romney and his campaign had a lot of responding too today. "the boston globe" expanded on the recording, only to find out that mitt romney was the top dog at bain capital three years after he said he left. according to the report, a massachusetts financial disclosure form romney filed in 2003 clearly stated he owned 100% of bain capital in 2002. and his state financial disclosures indicate he earned $200,000 as a bain executive in 2001 and 2002. the report also drops this bombshell, a romney campaign official who requested anonymity to discuss the sec filings acknowledged that they do not square with common sense. until now, romney laz protected himself politically from any bain business practices after he left the company. romney always says
the ohio river valley to the northeast. >> this time the bulk of it was north of us and really in pennsylvania, new jersey, new york, really hit hard. tucker barnes is here with us now with a little bit of recap, but more importantly what our forecast looks like for today. >> good morning. we're off to a warm and humid start today. we basically dodged the worst of the storms last night. risk is back and could see thunderstorms later today. be ready for that possibility. otherwise, another hot and humid friday afternoon. temperature now at reagan national, 79 degrees. 79 in washington. 74 fredericksburg. 72 in ocean city. our heat advisory is back, at least for the district and points east. heat advisory starts at 12 noon today through 7:00 tonight. much of the region, lower eastern shore, southern maryland, parts of virginia under that advisory. air temperatures in the mid-90s and humidity will make it feel like 100 to 105 later today. lots of water, that kind of thing, if you'll be outside, out and about during the day. showers, one or two to the west. left oversprinkle north
word mark zuckerberg would not have used when he first described facebook. here's what he said to investors. earlier this year. quote, facebook was not originally founded to be a company. we've always cared primarily about our social mission. well, the company's mission now is to make money off of you and its 955 million users. it has to make money. that's just the reality of it. now you're a public company. how does it plan to do that? here's a couple things they're planning to do supposedly. there's a rumored want button. there's a like button on facebook now if you like something. the want button lets you tell your friends what you'd like them to buy for you. maybe it's a wedding or baby registry thing. it's supposed to link you to spending money. there's also a new service called facebook exchange which tracks what you do on the remember and shows you ads when you go back on facebook based on where you have been. according to bloomberg, facebook is also working on a cell phone to try to make money from people on their cell phones which has been a real issue for the company.
was using medical grade silicone. >> some clients were strippers who believed a bigger behind would earn them extra cash at the clubs. she would inject women up and down the east coast and falsely told them she was using medical grade silicone. many are left with disfigured bodies, even organs that shut down. >> did you know what was being injected into your body? >> no, i did not know. we still don't know what it is. i almost went into a deep depression over this because i felt like i did this to myself. i do feel like i'm one of the lucky ones. >> prosecutors say one of the clients, a dancer was hospitalized when silicone entered her bloodstream and spread to her lungs. >> reporter: feds say she is not a licensed medical pra tigs ner, she would -- practitioner, she would use crazy glue to sale -- seal up the wound. >> the u.s. attorney officer worked with the food and drug administration on this investigation. >>> an over night accident takes the life of a teenager in howard county. the crash happened in columbia just after 3:00 a.m.. a 17-year-old lost control of his car and hit a tre
of the societal issue of child abuse. >> cnn's susan candiotti is joining us now. louis freeh led this study. it was very, very bitter and damming. >> reporter: it was, wolf. right out of the gate, louis freeh made it clear that children were victimized because four top penn state officials did nothing to stop jerry sandusky. and named names including a man's name synonymous with penn state university, the late coach joe paterno. from the moment jerry sandusky was marched before the public branded a predatory pedophile, a troubling question lingered, what did those at penn state university do to stop him? now the public has an answer. >> our most saddening and sobering finding is the total disregard for the safety and welfare of sandusky's child victims by the most senior leaders at penn state. >> reporter: louis freeh, hired by the university to investigate its role in the jerry sandusky scandal delivered a scathing 267-page report. 430 interviews, 3.5 million pieces of evidence adding up to one major finding about what they did with evidence of child rape. >> the most powerful people in pe
, half the u.s. now in a state of emergency. with crop prices already spiking, how much more will it cost on the table? >> we're not going to go the full extent of this until the cotton is picked and the kernels are counted. >>> now setting them to stun, is it going too far? >> hello, everyone. i'm poppy harlow. >>> a senior government official with 34 years of service now says he's on the side of the rebel upriding. he says he can't be part of a dictatorship any locker. you'll hear him in his own words in just a moment. >>> plus, i just spoke with the long time american ambassador to syria. his reaction, our conversation, coming up. >>> an egyptian official says two americans kidnapped in the sinai peninsula are unharmed and well fed. their families want to know when they will be freed. the son of reverend lewis wants to know how the ordeal is taking a to the on the pastor's wife. >> even right now, it seems like a dream to her, a nightmare. >>> also, a huge portion of the united states being strangled by drought this hour, which is threatening everything from crops to cattle. 1,000 coun
warrant was served on the columbia housing corporation. lowell melser joins us live from howard county police headquarters with details. >> we have been able to confirm that howard county police detectives are looking into one employee at the nonprofit columbia housing corporation. at this point they will not reveal what it is about. if you did not know where to look, you would probably miss it. tucked away in a corner lot in this industrial park in colombia is the headquarters of the columbia housing corporation. according to its web site, it is the premier nonprofit agency in howard county, providing safe, high-quality, affordable rental housing to low and moderate income families and those who are physically and mentally challenged. so why would police served a warrant their wednesday? >> we did receive an allegation of possible improper activity. we have not arrested or charged anyone, but we are still looking into the possibility that there might been something inappropriate. >> we have served a search warrant to gather information that might be useful in the case. >> which tried
'll have >>> checking healthy living news results of recent drug trials support the use of a daily pill to prevent the spread of aids. it was developed to treat people infected with hiv but fda is now weighing tofdz determine if it's effective for preventing transmission of the disease. in the u.s. some have been prescribing it to uninfected high-risk patients. the fda will decide whether to approve the drug for preventative use by september. >> and now back to dan. >> we want to move on and talk about this heat that is finally starting to abate. it's warm in spots and spencer christian is here with the forecast. >> it's still hot inland locations not as yesterday and we have cooling fog at the coast right now as you can see. it's going to be pushing across the bay into inland locations overnight. and there is 100 degrees in antioch. 95 in livermore there is where you can see that despite the prebs presence the heat it's cooler in the bay area than yesterday. cooler in all areas tomorrow, this pattern continues into next week and there is big hot air mass covering the western half of th
are promising to fight a crack down on the largest pot provider. the u.s. attorney filed a complaint against the health center. abc 7 news is here with the latest in a series of moves to close down the dispensary autos the complaint filed by the u.s. attorney targets owner of the building that hoiss the health center in oakland. the harborside owner called a news conference today, vowing to fight. the founder is defiant. >> there is nothing to hide. and nothing to be ashamed of. there is no intention of closing our doors. >> steve deangelo founded the dispensaries and the claim over 100,000 customer was sales of $30 million. and $3 million going to city and state sales tax autos the reason is that we've provided highest level of care that was needed. >> and this size is apparently an issue. the larger the operation, greater likelihood there will be an abuse of the medical marijuana laws and marijuana in the hands of individuals who do not have a demonstrated need. and u.s. attorney has told congress says the dispensaries would not be a priority. >> and given our limited resources would not b
. >>> hello and thank you for joining us. i'm jc hayward. >>> the long awaited report on who knew who and when in the penn state scandal has been released. randall pinkston has details from philadelphia where the findings were released early this morning. >> reporter: former f.b.i. director louis freeh delivered a scathing independent report on the fail lures of top -- failures on top state officials to stop jerry sandusky if sexually abusing children. >> the most pour medical men -- powerful men at penn state failed to take steps to protect the children he victim ietzed. >> reporter: freeh named three top officials who were more concerned about sandusky's well- beings than the victims. >> created a dangerous situation for unsuspecting boys who were lured to the penn state campus and football games by sandusky. >> reporter: the report criticized paterno and penn state for allowing sandusky to retire not as a suspected child predator but as a valued member of the penn state football legacy. the university's board of trustees hired freeh to look into penn state's role in the scandal
>>> she's out of the hospital after a bout with flesh eating bacteria and telling us how a small cut nearly cost her her life. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. it's the kind of ordeal that's hard to imagine. tonight a bay area 12-year-old is recovering from a near fatal case of flesh eating bacteria. new at 10:00, debra villalon is live in sonoma county where it all started with just a small cut on her knee. >> a cut that led to a life threatening infection. missy pendington had hoped to show her lamb at the fair. but missy is not getting around the family farm like she used to after she lost the skin on her right leg, almost the leg itself to flesh eating bacteria. >> yeah it was just a cut and they stitched it up. >> reporter: just a one inch cut above the knee needing six stitches. two days later, swelling, pain and fever and back at the local er the doctor rushed to air lift her to children's hospital. >> i knew i had to rush her. >> by the time we got to the hospital, it was up her thigh and to her ankle. >> reporter: this is the metal missy caugh
, is joining us. we're also waiting for ana navarro. the typical politics surrounding this event, as i've been reading through and other times that joe biden has spoken at various events, i wonder what he's going to say and if he's going to cause a stir in biden's style. >> well, as you know, joe biden is quite capable of giving a very strong and capable speech. this is an audience that he is familiar with. as chairman for many years, joe biden championed equality for women and other minorities. this is an opportunity to talk about the presidential record on those issues and the president record on the economy and the affordable care act and how it helps other families, how to help small businesses and people with pre-existing conditions and other americans. so i think joe biden will respond to mitt romney but on his purpose today is to remind this audience of what president obama has accomplished in the area of civil rights and equal justice for all americans. >> so ana navarro, i know you were joining us on this conversation, we're waiting for joe biden to step up to the mike. what do you th
, and i'm going to work to reform to save -- >> i probably would have not used the term in that crowd obama care because he personalized it and all of a sudden it seemed more like he was talking about the president. >> reporter: but romney figures keeping health care as the top issue will help him in november and this why republicans staged another vote. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, capitol hill. >>> well, the inexternal report on what penn state did or did not do during the jerry sandusky years is set for release this morning. findings could be explosive if what the piemted investigators said back in november was confirmed. that, quote, failures by the school may have enabled the misconduct to occur in it not being reported. chris clackum has the details. >> reporter: about three weeks after jerry sandusky was convicted of sexually abusing boys, the university braced for more bombshells. results will be released online on thursday morning. while nothing is official much of it is expected to be critical of the late joe paterno and what he did or did not do when told by assistant mi
with us also that we can shut down this city. >> marty: police said they shot harding because he pulled out a gun and fired at damping--at them. they said the bullet that killed him actually came from his own gun, they believe he accidently shot himself as he ran away from officers. >> ysabel: now police are investigating a murder in san francisco south of market. an old man was shot and killed late last night. we saw reports of that shooting just after 11:00 p.m.. officers that a contract from the victim lying on the block suffering from a gunshot wound, he was announced debt at the scene. >> marty: a federal grand jury has indicted 48 members and associates of a game. they were indicted for drug trafficking, identity theft, firearm possession and attempted murder. this follows an 18 month-long investigation that was done by the d.a., the secret service and the local police department. >> marty: -- >> ysabel: 82 year old boy has died following a fire. --a two year old boy has died. the child's grandmother remains in critical condition at the hospital. the construction crew there notice
. thanks so much, as always, for joining us. "a.c. 360." starts right now. >>> you'll hear from the family of gordon cowden, the oldest shooting victim. he'll be buried tomorrow. how he lived his life. and you'll hear from a survivor shot three times. a young man who was within inches of death. >> i was just laying there. and i felt him literally standing right above me. his boot couldn't have been no more than six inches away from my head. and i heard a couple more shots. and at that point the first thought going through my head was "he's just -- he's going to finish what he started right now," you know, i just laid there and i thought, "this is it, this is it." >> he says he felt a curtain of darkness falling and just as quickly it was as if the sun came out. tonight, he'll tell you about how dark turned to day. he knew he would make it out of that theater alive. we begin with another report. an update on an important story we've been following for months now. try to get answers keeping them honest. we told you about a number of supposed charities which have raised many of millions of do
were joining us on this conversation, we're waiting for joe biden to step up to the mike. what do you think about president obama sending joe biden to this event? >> well, you know, vice presidents are good for a few things. you send them to the burials of foreign leaders and the places you don't want to go. we were just seeing pictures from a few minutes ago at the auditorium and there's a lot of empty seats. i don't know if it's biden or -- people seem to be running late for joe biden today. i think that might explain some of the delay. there's a lot of empty chairs in that room right now. >> well, ladies, i am going to please ask you to stand by while those seats do get filled and they obviously get the lights ready for joe biden to step up to the mikes there at the naacp. donna, ana, stay with me. we will join the speech and we'll talk about it afterwards. in >>> meanwhile, it's damming, it's scathing, and it's what a lot of people already suspected. we're talking about louis freeh and his investigation into the jerry sandusky case. his report just issued a short while ago reveals
, the numbers aren't so close. let's go straight to cnn's joe johns. he's breaking the numbers for us. he's in des moines, iowa, right now. tell our viewers what we're seeing, joe. >> reporter: wolf, there's certainly a lot more to this than meets the eye. the main takeaway is mitt romney is running ahead of the president in some of the states that matter most. conservatives are still shaking their heads. >> it was really a shock. >> i'm dispinted at their position. they came to a position. >> how could one of their own on the supreme court side with liberals onto uphold the institutionalty of the democrat's health care plan. in many ways it was still a conservative decision. >> this was a conservative judicial philosophy that says the role of the courts is to be the last resort, not the first resort. we only strike something down when it's a big piece of regulation if we absolutely have to. that's still quite conservative. >> and this type of thinking shouldn't be a surprise. >> wrong piece there running, obviously. the takeaway on our poll is even though the president maintains a slight
>> good morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> really refreshing. >> everything in context. everything feels nice this morning. accountable start for us. -- a comfortable start for us. a couple of clouds hanging around but no precipitation. there could be an isolated storm pop up this afternoon. high temperature of 89. >> great to have you back. we have a problem on columbia road. reopened. that was the one that we had earlier appeared there were some closures. 97 at old frederick road, word of an accident in howard county. another problem along pulaski highway. no problems to report on the j.f.x. that is running smoothly into town. 11 minutes on the outer loop side. -- the outer loop west side. a live look outside in our cameras. 295 picking up in volume. we're seeing some intermittent brake lights. this is 50 at sandy point. looking at a nice start at the bay bridge. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> a major announcement of anne arundel county concerning the police chief. >> after receiving a no- confidence vote fro
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morning and thank you for joining us. i'm megan pringle. >> and i'm charlie crowson, welcome back. >> thank you very much. >> where'd you go? >> poison, def leppard. >> we've got pictures on facebook if you want to check those out. time now for a check of the forecast. hello gun web to meteorologist -- once again to meteorologist lynette charles. >> we have a tranquil thursday on tap for us, get out there espn joy it because we are dry with some clouds right now. seasonal temperatures. and it will be less humid today. that's going to make everybody happy right? we look at maryland's most powerful radar and we are dry. all five sweeps are on and we should pretty much stay that way through the day. today will be a carbon copy of what we saw yesterday with less humidity in the picture. so waking up this morning stepping out the door in ohings mills, coming in at 63 degrees. good morning columbia at 64 degrees. feels pretty good out there right now. a check now of the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. how are the roads? >>> good morning lynette. fortunately everyt
. at the end of the day, it's really about them, not about us. >> it's very important to now focus more so than ever on academics and not athletics. lisa robinson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> following breaking news right now under the scene of a reported stabbing that has shut down this area. capt. roy taylor joined us from die team 11. >> we are between garrison and bellevue here shut down both north and south due to what police say is a stabbing. we have video to show you of what it looked like when we first arrived. at 4:20, police arrived. when they got on the scene, there is a victim that was stabbed rather severely. we still do not know the particulars of what the incident was about. baltimore city police have shut down both north and southbound between belvedere. but we will update you as we get more information. >> in addition to the penn state story, james holmes, the man accused of killing 12 people and injuring 58 others, faced a judge for the first time today. the initial hearing was held this morning. it give us the first public glimpse of the suspect since his alleges that murderous ramp
with us. and thank you for being with us, everyone. i give up. sending it to wolf blitzer. wolf? >> ashleigh, thanks very much. >>> happening now, president obama and mitt romney are locked in a dead heat right now. when it comes to battleground voters, the numbers aren't so close. the brand new cnn orc polls are just in. we're breaking them down for you. standby. >>> also millions still without power, baking in record heat in washington, d.c., in the mid-atlantic, days after being clobbered by a deadly monster storm. is there any relief in sight? >>> and an american grad student fights for his life after being violently mauled by two chimps in south africa. ahead, the horrifying details of the attack. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." these numbers just coming in. let's go to the battle for the white house. a brand new cnn o.r.c. poll is just being released right now. take a look at just how tight the race is. among registered voters nationally, nationally. 49% say they are for president obama versus 46% for mitt romney. that's with a 2.5% samplining err error.
, the dvnf says they do give away what the group claims are millions of dollars in useful stuff to small veterans charities around the country. drew griffin has been following the money right from the start and he's been getting a lot of doors slammed in his face. >> hi, how are you? >> we're not going to be doing any on camera. >>> so the bottom line is you're not going to give me an interview. >> where is the money going? i'm trying to reach mr. shoeoff. oh, he's not in? so here is the question, raised over three years, and none of the money has gone to any veterans. ma'am? >> as you can see, it hasn't been easy. you would think any charity who would want to be transparent would answer questions. if they weren't doing anything wrong. not this one. he did manage to visit one of those small charities where he found some items that could help vets. he also found a lot useless so-called gifts in kind, including those coconut candy m&ms that apparently don't melt in your hand but sure leaves a bitter taste in your mouth. >> candy's one of the most requested -- >> reporter: roy runs charity
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